2014 GSA Annual Meeting
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Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Abstracts Deadline: 29 July 2014
Now Accepting Technical Session and Short Course Proposals
The 2014 GSA Annual Meeting will take place in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The primary host of the 2010 Winter Olympics, this green city is very walkable and offers many bike rentals and paths. A short train or bus/taxi ride takes you from Vancouver International Airport into town. The convention center, on the edge of Coal Harbor, is an architectural masterpiece, with Canada’s largest living roof. This geologically active area will make for some unique field trips. Venture outside the city to visit the mountain town of Whistler or Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, where you can hike around a West Coast rainforest. We hope you will join us 19–22 October 2014 for this first annual meeting outside the United States in sixteen years. And make sure your passport is up to date!
14 Jan. 2014
Help ensure that your area of research and expertise is represented in next year’s technical program. Any individual or geoscience organization is welcome to suggest topics and submit proposals for both Topical Sessions and Pardee Keynote Symposia. Pardee Symposia are high-profile sessions on significant scientific developments, with invited speakers only. Topical Sessions are a combination of invited and volunteered papers. Unique formats are allowed, but they must be outlined in the proposal along with the technical support needs. Sessions that promote discussion are encouraged. Questions? Please contact Technical Program Chair Kevin Mickus, , or Co-chair Patrick Burkhart, .
3 Feb. 2014
Enjoy Teaching? Lead a Short Course at the GSA Annual Meeting in Vancouver in 2014! Extend your expertise to your peers and to the next generation. GSA Short Courses help develop professional, teaching, and research skills at all levels. Questions? Please contact Jennifer Nocerino, .
The 9 Dec. 2013 deadline has passed.
Know of a great geoscience excursion in the Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, area? Teach your colleagues and peers about the wondrous scenery and ground-breaking research in this region. Trips can be a half-day to 5 days long. Questions? Please contact Field Trip Chair Shahin Dashtgard, , or Brent Ward, .